Dr. J.S. Holliday, who was relieved of his duties as director of the new Oakland Museum shortly before its opening, Julia Hare, the Oakland Museum's former coordinator of education, and Peggy Stinnett, journalist for the Oakland Montclarion, discuss the responsibilities and potentials of a museum in relation to the community which it serves. Holliday argues that community museums must serve their communities in the most basic way since they are supported by the people. Hare talks about the necessity for the Black community having a space where they can see themselves in history. Stinnett talks about the larger power structures behind museum funding. Eleanor Sully moderates the program.